The Mood

Bundle Up

Keeping warm need never be boring. Pick out playful colours to up the cosy factor on this winter season’s warming yarns.

by Siska Lyssens

Seen on the runway


It may be a winter cliché of sorts, but the cold hard truth is that in order to keep warm, one needs downy materials and layers of woolly garments to keep out the chill. At Acne Studios, Jonny Johansson layered a brown sleeveless cropped knitted top with thread detailing over a bright blue long knitwear dress. At Sacai, Chitose Abe added a flash of neon yellow underneath a classic houndstooth fringed cape. Stella McCartney layered in monochrome camel, adding interest by juxtaposing a corseted jumpsuit with a masculine suit. Missoni could be counted on once more for rainbow zigzag-patterned knitwear, while Glenn Martens created interesting fold details in his innovatively proportioned collection for Y/Project.

   From left: Sacai, Stella McCartney, Acne Studios, Y/Project, Missoni

Translated to the streets

 All of this means that there’s plenty to choose from when it comes to knitwear silhouettes this season. Why stick to the neutral turtleneck when there's a plethora of options in a rainbow of colours? From hygge-worthy ensembles that completely envelop the wearer, to more directional pieces that leave shoulders open, or arm-warmers in bright colours, to monochrome pops of colour and patterned and colour-blocked knitwear that has a Scandi feel, keeping toasty has never been such a cinch

On The White Track

Both wearable and wantable, our whitest and brightest are something you won’t want to miss.


Chloé's Leather Mini Dress

Wander off to the late Sixties with the playful short leather dress by the hand of Chloé’s Clare Waight-Keller.



Enwrap yourself in one of these rich, heavy duty knits and peruse right into frostier times.